THEA-200: Theatre Production: Costumes and Scenery

Credits 3
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This course is an introduction to the many elements involved in Western theatre production, with emphases on two of the primary areas of design, construction and implementation: scenery and costumes, and an integration with stage management. The class will explore concepts, techniques, equipment and materials necessary for a successful theatrical production, emphasizing problem solving through research, experimentation, and collaboration. Students will be challenged to engage and understand the interrelationships between the various elements involved in mounting a stage production, and how these elements relate to and affect the other aspects of dramatic art.Previous experience with theatre is not necessary. FILA general education: fine arts and music.

Corequisites or Prerequisites
Term Offered
Fall Only